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Concord July 6th 1873
Dear Miss Chandler, Now my visit to Connecticut is past, and yours to Swampscot, we shall expect you any day in Concord. Louisa is our housekeeper, and in spirits for entertaining such [page break] officially chosen ones. The season, too, is inviting, and you may'dawdleâ delightfully indoors and out. Come and renew past satisfactions, inspire fresh fellowship. Remember our acquaintance dates from'67 and has its future still. Need I remind you that your first [page break] epistle shows October'67 and your latest June'73. And that this writing is firm Yours affectionately, A. Bronson Alcott